Biology Botany Online Mock Test CBSE NEET UG,JIPMER,AIIMS Exam

NEET UGBotany MCQ-17

Question No:1

Coenocytic (multinucleated), aseptate mycelium is found in

(A) Ascomycetes
(B) Basidiomycetes
(C) Deuteromcetes
(D) Phycomycetes

Question No:2

Parasites capable of living without a host are called.

(A) obligate
(B) facultative
(C) permanent
(D) none of these

Question No:3

Blue green mould is known as

(A) Rhizopus
(B) Mucor
(C) Penicillium
(D) Agaricus

Question No:4

Gill fungi are

(A) morels
(B) mushrooms
(C) Both A and B
(D) wood fungi

Question No:5

Conidia bearing structures in Penicillium are called

(A) asci
(B) metulae
(C) sterigmata
(D) conidiophores

Question No:6

Fungi lacking cross walls in mycelium belong to

(A) Phycomycetes
(B) Ascomycetes
(C) Basidiomycetes
(D) Deuteromycetes

Question No:7

Phenomenon of heterothallism was first observed in Mucorales by

(A) K.C. Mehta
(B) Alexopoulos
(C) Blakeslee
(D) de Bary

Question No:8

Technically homothallic mycelium is described as

(A) Self compatible
(B) Self fertile
(C) bisexual
(D) all of these

Question No:9

In Sac fungi (ascomycetes) the ascospores occur in sac like body known as

(A) ascus
(B) basidum
(C) ascocarp
(D) basidiocarp

Question No:10

The name Club fungi is given to basidiomycetes due to the presence of

(A) club shaped basidia
(B) sac shaped basidia
(C) hymenium of basidia
(D) water droplet mechanism for dispersal of basidiospores

Question No:11

The term heteroecious means

(A) passing of the life cycle on two types of hosts by a pathogen
(B) presence of heterothallism
(C) presence of heterokaryons
(D) all are wrong

Question No:12

Absorptive nutrition / heterotrophic nutrition/ extra cellular digestion is exhibited by

(A) Algae
(B) Fungi
(C) Bryophytes
(D) Pteridophytes

Question No:13

Pencillium and yeast belong to class

(A) Ascomycetes
(B) Phycomycetes
(C) Schizomycetes
(D) Zygomycetes

Question No:14

A multicelluar mass of filaments that spreads through the organic matter formed by fungi is called

(A) mycelium
(B) hyphae
(C) ascocarp
(D) fruiting body

Question No:15

When a portion of fungal mycelium is used in the formation of reproductive structure, the organism is called as

(A) eucarpic
(B) ascarpic
(C) holocarpic
(D) None of these

Question No:16

When thallus of fungus entirely converts into reproductive body, it is called

(A) eucarpic
(B) holocarpic
(C) holozoic
(D) homothallic

Question No:17

The closed fruiting body (ascocarp) of Pencillium is termed as

(A) cleistothecium
(B) hypanthodium
(C) apothecium
(D) perithecium

Question No:18

An open cup like/ saucer like ascocarp is termed as

(A) perithecium
(B) cleistothecium
(C) hysterothecium
(D) apothecium

Question No:19

The term “Black mould” indicate the presence of

(A) black coloured hyphae in Rhizopus
(B) black coloured pigments in hyphae
(C) black pin head like structures present on the mycelium of Rhizopus
(D) black coloured rhizoidal hyphae

Question No:20

Filaments of sterile cells interspersed with asci or basidia are called

(A) paraphyses
(B) trichomes
(C) peridium
(D) periphyses